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    Hi. I’m new to CNC and when trying to cut 1/8 balsa wood, lines start with a bit of a angle. It is constant on every line. Using a straight bit. It cut well except for this error. Any help? Please fell free to ask questions. I’m very new so please be patient with my additional questions. Thank you very much in advance.
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    Check the rapids height in your Vectric Software...materials button at the top of the Toolpath panel
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    Jim Becker

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    • #3

      I don't think it would cause your problem but you may also want to check that you don't have circular leads turned on within your profile toolpaths.
      Pete
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      2021 Stinger I SR-24, 1kW Spindle
      Performance Pkg w/Gantry Lift, FTC
      Phenolic Top, Storm Vac, JTech Laser
      VCarve Pro 11.0
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      • #4

        I see that you screwed out down. However, it looks like the material or the machine is moving. If you did an air run using the file very slowly can you figure out if the tool moves even when not cutting wood?
        Last edited by Charlie_L; 04-04-2024, 02:05 PM.
        Charlie L
        Stinger II, 48 by 48, 1.7 kW Spindle, FTC + Laser + Recoil + Vacuum, July 2012
        WinCNC 2.5.03, Aspire, PhotoVCarve, Windows 7 Pro SP1

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        • #5

          BTW... are you cutting this on a CAMaster machine and if so, which model?
          Pete
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          2021 Stinger I SR-24, 1kW Spindle
          Performance Pkg w/Gantry Lift, FTC
          Phenolic Top, Storm Vac, JTech Laser
          VCarve Pro 11.0
          www.gotoguysmarine.com

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          • #6

            Good idea Pete. He should post a few pictures of his machine so we can help better.
            Fixing machines and making sawdust.
            SW side of Houston kenrychlik (at) gmail

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